bluntness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the quality of being direct and outspoken
the bluntness of a Yorkshireman
- n without sharpness or clearness of edge or point
- So she finally turned him down, explaining with characteristic bluntness.
- An Emmy-winning journalist who combines looks and eloquence with bluntness and tenacity, Ramos, 47, once got slugged by Fidel Castro's bodyguard for asking Castro if Cuba would .
- There's a stripped-down masculinity to its shops, a friendly bluntness.
News & Articles
- Vernon town hall attendees give governor thumbs up
VERNON -- Even those who disagreed with Gov. Chris Christie on political positions gave the governor high marks for directness, bluntness and "letting you know how he feels."
June 30, 2013 - New Jersey Herald
- Pervez Musharraf in Hindustan Times
My bluntness and indiscipline has landed me in many a serious trouble,says Musharraf, who joined the Pakistan Military Academy when he was 18 and became a commando in 1966.
- Salman Khan in Hindustan Times
I love her (Preity's) bluntness, jovial nature, positive thinking. I like her happy personality,Salman said on his show Dus Ka Dum 2.
- Richard Lugar in San Diego Union Tribune
Bluntness may not be very good diplomacy, but on occasion it may be required,Lugar said as the hearing drew to a close.